Nagasaki Champon

My parents living in Shimosuwa are both 77 years old and very healthy.  Last week, they made a five-day trip to Kyushu, a Southern major island.

When I was out, their souvenirs of Kyushu arrived with the vegetables my father cultivated.

When I returned home, Katya surved me a bowl of noodles.  I was surprised to find that it was Nagasaki Champon.  It was one of the souvenirs from my parents, and Katya cooked it for me.  It tasted good.

Katya did not have champon; she bought 3 kg of mandarins in the morning and had most of them.

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2 Responses to Nagasaki Champon

  1. AdelaideBen says:

    It must be so nice to be able to share these things with your family… I’m not sure that I’ve ever had Nagasaki Champon, but it looks delicious.

  2. Muravej says:

    Katya made it for me for the first time with reading the instruction. It was very good!
    My parents are old, and I try to see them when we have time. Katya cannot see her parents often, which is a pity. She talks with her family on Skype, but it is not enough, of course.
    Her mother might come to Japan next fall. She likes Japan, and it is a pleasure to have her here.

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